§ Sir N. GRATTAN-DOYLE
asked the Under-Secretary of State for Air whether the training of foreign officers with the Royal Air Force is balanced by reciprocal action on the part of foreign Powers; and, if not, by what means recompense is made for the services of British instructors?
§ Mr. MONTAGUE
In the great majority of cases foreign officers come for instruction with the Royal Air Force because of the special facilities available in this country, and for that reason the question of reciprocal action does not in practice arise. In any event foreign officers are normally charged a substantial fee in respect of their training.